Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science

Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science

April 22, 2005, The Motley Fool via NPR

9 Minutes 40 seconds

Nice piece. Very understandable. Good as part of discussion of the state of the economy. Begins by defining stagflation with a look back to the 1970s. Good introduction to inflation and how the cost of living (CPI) is constructed. The last two minutes examine the New York Stock Exchange.

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2 Responses to Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science

  1. Robert Rycroft says:

    A Review of a Review:
    I think reviewing Podcasts is a great service, and look forward to reading many more. This review, however, was a bit cryptic. It made sense to me after I listened to the podcast, but not before. I think reviews should be written assuming the reader has not read/listened to the material. Then reader can decide on the basis of the review whether to invest the time. Practically speaking, this means review should include a fairly detailed paragraph or two summarizing the argument.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the helpful feedback, Bob. I’ll try to do a better job summarizing the podcasts.

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